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NV-College

**FyBCh20-21NVC07 VG/MVG-Level Test On Magnetism and Magnetic Induction
**

Instructions: The Test Warning! There are more than one version of the test.

Tools

Approved formula sheets, ruler, and graphic calculator. You may use your personalized formula booklet which has your name on it. This should be submitted along with the test. 10:10-11:25; Friday Feb 12, 2010 The multi-choice problems must be answered on the this paper. The solutions to each question must also be answered in the space provided. Only, if you need additional space you may write your solutions in an additional page that will be provided if needed.

Time:

Limits:

There are 9 problems in this test and it gives at maximum 31 points, 17 of which are VG points. Problems number 8 and 9 are of the greatest important for MVG. minimum 10 points G+ in the G test. minimum of total 21 points , 6 of which are VG points G+ in the G test. minimum of total 24 points , 11 of which are VG points and MVG quality in all problems specially on the problems 8 and 9.

Pass (G): VG: MVG:

Please answer as clear as possible. Do not forget the UNITS! Enjoy it! Behzad

1 2 3 4 5a 5b 6A 6B 6C 7A 7B 8¤ 9¤ Sum 10 min G VG_Points G 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 0 2 14 21 min VG 6 VG 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 4 4 17 24 min MVG 11 G Grade VG

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High voltages are used in electric transmission line a. to minimise the energy loss as power dissipated in the wires. b. to minimise the cost. High voltage electricity is cheaper. c. because electricity travels faster in high voltage. d. To avoid electric shock. Answer: Alternative ____________ Why? Explain! Give an example. [1/0] [0/2]

2.

The reactance of a capacitor is X when an AC voltage of frequency f is applied to it. f If the frequency is changed to , the reactance becomes 2 X a. 2 2X b. X c. 4X d. Answer: Alternative ____________ [1/0] Why? Explain! [0/1]

3.

Which of the following can operate only on alternating current? a. A transformer b. An electric motor c. An electric lamp d. None Answer: Alternative ____________ Why? Explain!

[1/0] [0/1]

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4.

A wire loop is rotated at constant speed in a magnetic field. a. The induced emf is constant. b. The induced emf is 0. c. The induced emf varies between 0 and (emf )max . d.

The induced emf varies between − (emf )max and (emf )max . Answer: Alternative ____________ Why? Explain!

[1/0] [0/1]

5.

A resistor, a capacitor, an an inductor are connected to an AC power source of frequency f . The effective voltages across the circuit components are VR = 10.0 V , VC = 20.0 V , and VL = 14.0 V . a. Find the effective voltage of the source. [1/1] b. Find the phase angle in the circuit. [1/1]

6.

The figure below is an oscilloscope connected to AC voltage. a) Find the maximum voltage. [1/0] b) Find the effective value of the voltage. [1/0] c) Find the frequency of the AC source. [2/0]

2.0 V 5 ms

If 75 MW of power at 55 kV arrives at a town from a generator via 5.0 Ω transmission lines, calculate a. the emf at the generator end of the lines, b. the fraction of the power generated that is lost in the lines.

7.

[1/1] [1/1]

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In assessing your work with the following problems 8 AND 9 your teacher will pay extra attentio to: ∗ How well you plan and carry out the task. ∗ Which priciples of physics you use and how you justify using them ∗ How general your solutions are ∗ How well you justify your conclusions ∗ How well you cary out your calculations ∗ How well you present your work ∗ How well you use physical and matematical language. ∗ How clear your solutions are.

8.

An LC − circuit illustrated in the figure below has an inductance of 5.00 mH and a capacitance of 20.0 pF . The capacitor is charged with a 50.0 V battery. The capacitor is then 5.00 mH connected to the inductor. [0/4/¤] a. Find the natural frequency of the circuit. b. Find the maximum charge on the capacitor. c. Find the maximum current in the circuit. 20.0 pF d. Find the charge on the capacitor as a function of time. e. Find the current in the circuit as a function of time. A conducting loop of total resistance 4.00 Ω is partially placed in a uniform magnetic field whose magnitude increases as function of time according to B = 2.00 + 3.00 ⋅ t + 6.00 ⋅ t 2 Where B is in Tesla and t is the time in second. As illustrated in the figure below, the loop consists of four 50.0 cm metal bars and longer metal bar of size 80.0 cm . The metal bars are connected to each other such that only the part that makes a triangle shape is in the magnetic field region. [2/4/¤] a. Calculate the magnitude and direction of the induced current as a function of time. b. Calculate the magnitude and direction of B = 2.00 + 3.00 ⋅ t + 6.00 ⋅ t the induced current at t = 5.00 s . c. Calculate the magnitude and direction of 50.0 cm the induced current if the magnetic field is drops to zero at t = 5.00 s in 0.200 s

2

9.

80.0 cm

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